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LISTEN: Taylor Swift drops two ‘evermore’ bonus songs on streaming platforms

/ 03:18 PM January 08, 2021
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Taylor Swift in the music video for “willow” (Image: Screengrab from YouTube/Taylor Swift)

Taylor Swift released two bonus tracks from her second surprise album “evermore” on streaming platforms yesterday, Jan. 7.

The award-winning artist also premiered the tracks “it’s time to go” and “right where you left me” on her YouTube page alongside their respective lyric videos. The songs were previously only available in physical copies of the deluxe edition of “evermore.”

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In “it’s time to go,” Swift sings about leaving relationships that are familiar yet hurtful. On the other hand, she dwells on a past romance in “right where you left me.”

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“Right where you left me” also features a country music twang that is reminiscent of some of Swift’s earliest songs.

Swift dropped “evermore” last month, just days before her 31st birthday on Dec. 13. It is her ninth studio effort and came months after her first surprise album “folklore.”  /ra

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